After talking to Dexcom, this is the only time I wished I wasn't in warranty. The cost of a new receiver is $199 for anyone who was wondering. My transmitter's still in and I feel silly for hoping to find the receiver laying around somewhere.

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Sad. Would it cost less if out of warranty? Hope you find it.

if it was out of warranty, the option would be to get a new one, and the cost would be based on what insurance they have.

Luckily, I have pretty awesome insurance so it would cost less. Never thought I would want to be out of warranty...

Oh no! I sure hope it turns up! Please keep us posted...

Sorry to read this. I hope you find it soon. I find the Dex information so valuable that I would pay the replacement fee. Easy for me to say, I know!

When I had the 7+ model, I replaced one each year for three years. That gave me some viable backup units after the first year. Something to think about for the future.

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